Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: March 17, 2013 - 12:22 AM

BAYPORT

FEB. 23

Snowmobile violation. A snowmobiler was cited for speeding on the St. Croix River. The driver, who was travelling in excess of 70 mph, told police he was unaware of Minnesota’s maximum speed limit of 50 mph for snowmobiles . He was also riding without a safety certificate.

DENMARK TOWNSHIP

FEB. 18

Lost child/Found child. Someone in the area of the Carpenter Nature Center, 12805 St. Croix Trail, reported finding a lost 6 year old. She was returned to her grandmother after getting lost playing with her cousin.

HUGO

FEB. 21

Illegal parking. A warning was left on a vehicle that was parked and blocking traffic in the area of Rosemary Way and Victor Hugo Boulevard. The vehicle had not been moved several days later so it was towed.

LAKELAND

FEB. 22

Possible break-in. A woman in a residence in the 11000 block of 7th Street lane became alarmed when she heard other people in home. She called her father who called the police after telling her to jump out of the window. The people in the home turned out to be two family friends who the daughter was not aware were still there.

mAHTOMEDI

FEB. 21

Suspicious activity. A resident in the 500 block of Homewood reported a woman coming to her door and asking if she’ll open the garage so she can go inside. The resident declined and the woman walked off.

MAY TOWNSHIP

FEB. 22

Vehicle stuck in snowbank. A vehicle was reported stuck in a snowbank in a parking lot in the area of Square Lake Trail and Paul Avenue. The driver was from out of town and unfamiliar with snow. A tow truck was called to get the vehicle out of the snowbank.

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